Brown Machine Group Announces Appointment of Kurt Huelsman as President of NAS

  • November 23, 2020
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Brown Machine Group Announces Appointment of Kurt Huelsman as President of NAS
Brown Machine Group Announces Appointment of Kurt Huelsman as President of NAS

Brown Machine Group (BMG) is pleased to announce the appointment of Kurt Huelsman as President of NAS (Nalle Automation Systems), including the robotics solutions of Axatronics, which represents the packaging automation platform of the Brown Machine Group.
 
Mr. Huelsman brings to the role 30 years’ experience in the industrial capital and medical device industries, with a successful leadership track record of results-oriented growth, business transformation, new product development and commercial strategy. He joins NAS from leadership roles at Duravant, including President of FMH Conveyors. At Duravant, he was responsible for establishing SupportPro, Duravant’s service business. Prior roles in medical devices include senior leadership roles at Ecolab, Microtek Medical and Tyco Healthcare, now part of Medtronic.  Mr. Huelsman holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA from Xavier University.
 
“I am delighted that the new President of NAS comes with the extensive leadership experience in the industrial and technology industries as Kurt Huelsman does,” said Greg Wolf – CEO of Brown Machine Group. “With his background in leading product development and strategy, he is well-positioned to help drive NAS’ growth in existing and new markets.”
 

About Brown Machine Group

Brown Machine Group in Beaverton, MI, is a global leader in thermoforming technology and innovation with high-quality product lines manufactured by Brown Machine, Lyle Industries, Nalle Automation Systems, Freeman Company and aXatronics. It designs and manufactures a complete line of continuous and cut-sheet thermoforming equipment, tooling, automation, robotic systems and provides related services including retrofit upgrades, prototyping, process optimization and technical support. Its equipment has been “Made in the USA” since 1952 and it has thermoforming systems operating in over 65 countries worldwide in virtually every industry.


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